This First Friday, the ICA Boston hosts a special event inspired by their exhibition Barry McGee which will feature live krumping performances by Dorchester-based dancers Darrin Nicoleau and friends with music by DJs Knife and Frank White and an artist-led tagging project.
Or, you could head to the South End and over to the Boston Center for the Arts’ Mills Gallery from 7-8pm to catch a survey of Anna Von Mertens’ recent work GOLD! AND OTHER FALLEN EMPIRES. The SOWA District art galleries (450 Harrison Street in the South End) will be open from 5-8pm. SOWA galleries and artists’ studios are FREE and open to the public of all ages. Make sure you stop by the Laconia Gallery for a preview of their annual 150X150 Mad Dash event which will take place next Saturday, May 11, at noon.
Some of the Big Red & Shiny team will be out on the town tonight. Look out for the #FirstFriday hashtag. Say hello!
Here’s a run-down of what you can find tonight at the SOWA Galleries:
Adelson Galleries Boston
Harry Bertoia Monotypes and Sculpture
Boston Sculptors Gallery
Dan Wills 1915; Chris Frost Shiny Bits
Vivian Pratt When Roots Resonate; Nancy DiessnerIn Lovely Blueness
Carroll & Sons
David Hilliard The Tale is True; Tim McCool These Things Take Time; Damien Hoar De Galvan Something Could Happen at Any Moment
Chase Young Gallery
Spring Group Show
Galatea Fine Art
Gregory Wright Forces; Marsha Nouritza Odabashian The Exegesis of Frosted Cake; The Joy of Life Group Exhibition curated by Joe Kitsch
Paul Pescador 6, 7 or 9
10th Anniversary Show: Robert Richfield Perpetuidad; Aaron Siskind
Wally Gilbert Black & White
Ilona Anderson What One Is; Karen Meninno Sculpture Remix II
Preview Reception for 150X150: The Mad Dash!
Lisa Sigal Shifting Horizon; sübSamsøn: Susan Metrican
Michael Palmer New Paintings
Dorina Molnàr Seeds from impermanence
Howard Yezerski Gallery
Catherine Kehoe Radical Attention
Steven Zevitas Gallery
Ann Pibal LOS DOS
Thumbnail image ©Aaron Siskind Foundation.